Crochet Angel Gnome- free pattern

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Crochet yourself an angel gnome that will watch over you and your loved ones! Moreover, with this free crochet pattern, you can create a unique memorial gift for friends and family who lost a loved one!

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crochet angel gnome free pattern

When it comes to guardian angels, most people think of them as beings with supernatural power and affection. While it is true that guardian angels do have these qualities, they are also so much more.

Guardian angels are beings of love and light who have been sent to us from the Divine realms to help us through our journey here on earth.

And what better way to end the crochet gnome along than with a crochet Angel Gnome, right?

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How to crochet an Angel gnome?

The Angel gnome is crocheted in one piece! We will start from the head and continue towards the body and base. Afterward, we will crochet the additional pieces such as hair, hands, skirt, wings, and halo.

How to customize your Angel gnome?

While designing the Angel gnome pattern I already gave you a few different options! You will see them in the pattern section below. But don’t forget that this gnome is yours and you can make your unique angel by incorporating the colors you love!

Why not turn that she-angel into a he-gnome? All you need to do is add a beard instead of curls! You can see any of our previous gnome patterns for the beard instructions!

Related post: How to crochet a Rudolph the reindeer gnome.

How to crochet a Memorial Angel Gnome?

If you’ve lost a loved one, creating a memorial crochet angel gnome can be a meaningful way to honor their memory during the holiday season. You can customize it with their favorite colors or include a special emblem or charm that reminds you of them.

Place your memorial crochet angel gnome in a special spot in your home, such as a shelf or mantel, to serve as a reminder of your loved one’s presence. It can be a comforting and uplifting tribute that helps you feel closer to them during the holiday season.

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Crochet Angel Gnome Free Pattern

Crochet Terms: This pattern is written in US crochet terms!

Crochet Construction: We will crochet the Angel gnome in one piece. This means we will start with the head and body! Afterward, we will crochet the remaining pieces such as hands, hair, and wings!

Crochet technique: The Angel gnome is crocheted in continuous rounds! It means that at the end of each round we will not join it with slip stitch. We will continue working over the first stitch!

Also, to have a more neat crochet I prefer to use the yarn under method for my amigurumis. This way your stitches will be tighter and less holes between them!

PRO TIP: Use a stitch marker to mark your first stitch! It will prevent you from losing the count of each round!

Stuffing your gnome: Use fiberfill to stuff your gnome. When you reach the bottom part start stuffing from around the body leaving a hole in the center. That will help shape your gnome better! Stuff the center in the end!

PRO TIP: Do not overstuff your bottom! It will make your base pop out and the gnome will not stay in place!

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SKILL LEVEL: Easy/ Beginner

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FINISHED SIZE: The finished size of the gnome is 21cm/ 8 inches with the hat bent.

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Materials you’ll need:

– Sport/ fine weight yarn- Yarn Art Jeans 55% cotton, 45% acryl, 50 g, 160 m
colors- white 25 gr, red 10 gr, light blue 25 gr, light yellow 10 gr, a small amount of beige for the nose and hands, and bright yellow for the halo

– crochet hook size 2.5mm

– fiberfill for stuffing

– tapestry needle

Stitch Abbreviation:

SC- single crochet

DC- double crochet

SS- slip stitch

CH- chain

Ch-sp – chain space

Rep- repeat

** – repeat the stitches in the ** indicated times

FO- fasten off

BLO- back loop only

FLO- front loop only

Free Crochet Angel Gnome Pattern

-with cream/ white color

Starting from the hat

Rnd 1: Start with a MR, and make 6 SC into it (6)

Rnd 2: *inc 1* 6 times (12)

Rnd 3: *SC in first, inc 1* 6 times (18)

Rnd 4: *SC in first, inc 1, SC in next* 6 times (24)

Rnd 5: *SC in next 3, inc 1* 6 times (30)

Rnd 6: *SC in next 2, inc 1, SC in next 2* 6 times (36)

Rnd 7: *SC in next 5, inc 1* 6 times (42)

Rnd 8: *SC in next 6, inc 1* 6 times (48)

Rnd 9-18: SC in each stitch around (48)

Continue on the hat’s brim

The next round is worked in the front loop only!

Rnd 19: *SC in next 3, inc 1* 12 times (60)

Rnd 20-22: SC in each stitch around (60)

Fasten off cream/white.

-continue with a light blue color for the body.

Rnd 19: Go back to round 18 and insert your hook in any back loop stitch, pull up a loop, SC in the same stitch, SC in each stitch around (48)

Rnd 20: *SC in next 11, inc 1* 4 times (52)

Rnd 21-40: SC in each stitch around (52)

Start filling the hat/body and continue as you crochet along.

Rnd 41: *SC in next 11, dec 1* 4 times (48)

The next round is worked in BLO.

Rnd 42: SC in each stitch around (48)

Rnd 43: *SC in next 4, dec 1* 8 times (40)

Rnd 44: *SC in next 3, dec 1* 8 times (32)

Rnd 45: *SC in next 2, dec 1* 8 times (24)

Rnd 46: *SC in next, dec 1* 8 times (16)

Rnd 47: *dec 1* 8 times (8)

Fasten off and close the gap with a needle.

ANGEL GNOME’S NOSE:

-with beige color yarn

Rnd 1: Start with a MR and make 6 SC into it. (6)

Rnd 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (12)

Rnd 3: *SC in first, inc 1* 6 times (18)

Rnd 4-5: SC in each stitch around (18)

Rnd 6: *SC in next, dec 1* 6 times. FO. (12)

Angel Gnome’s hands (make 2 pieces):

-with a beige color

Rnd 1: Start with a MR, and make 6 SC into it (6)

Rnd 2: *inc 1* 6 times (12)

Rnd 3-7: SC in each stitch around (12)

Switch to the light blue color

Rnd 7: SC in each stitch around (12)

The next round is worked in BLO. Only the next round!

Rnd 8: SC in each stitch around (12)

Rnd 9-18: SC in each stitch around (12) FO. Take cream/white color and go back to round 7. Insert your hook in any stitch and pull up a loop, CH 2, DC in same stitch, DC in next, *2 DC in first, DC in next* rep around

If you want to make a praying angel it will be better to make the hands longer by adding more rounds or sew them a bit differently.

ANGEL GNOME’S SKIRT

-with a light blue color

Row 1: Ch 54, DC in 3rd from your hook, DC in each chain across (52)

Row 2: CH 3, turn, DC in each stitch across (52)

Row 3: CH 3, turn, DC in each stitch across, DC in turning chain (52)

Switch to cream/white color

Row 4: CH 3, turn, skip the initial stitch, *DC 1, CH 2, DC 1 all in next, skip 2* rep till you have 2 stitches left, skip 1, DC in turning chain. (17 chain spaces)

how to crochet a skirt for a doll
how to crochet a skirt for a doll

In the next row, we will work in the chain spaces only.

Row 5: CH 2, turn, *(HDC 1, 3 DC, HDC 1 all in first chain space) * rep across, HDC in turning chain. FO. Leave a long tail for sewing. (17 shells in total)

crochet dress for amigurumi
crochet dress for amigurumi

Angel Gnome’s HAIR (make 2)

-with a light yellow color

*CH 35, HDC in 3rd from your hook, 2HDC in each stitch till you have 4 chains left, HDC in each of remaining chains * rep 3 times. FO. (3 curls)

How to Crochet Angel wings (make 2)

-with white color yarn

Row 1: CH 16, SC in 2nd from your hook, SC in next 13, 5 SC in last, continue on the opposite side, SC in next 12, leave the remaining 2 sts unworked, CH 1, turn (31)

Row 2: SC in next 13, *inc 1* 3 times, SC in next 15, CH 1, turn (34)

Row 3: CH 3, SC in 2nd from your hook, SC in next 33, leave the last 2 sts unworked, CH 1, turn (34)

Row 4: SC in next 13, *inc 1* 3 times, SC in next 18 (37)

Row 5: CH 3, turn, SC in 2nd from your hook, SC in next 36, leave the last two unworked (37) FO.

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ANGEL GNOME’S HALO

-with a yellow color

Rnd 1: CH 25, SC in 2nd from your hook, SC in next 2, inc 1, *SC in next 3, inc 1* 5 times (30)

Continue working over the first stitch to join your chain and form a ring.

Rnd 2-4: SC in each stitch around (30)

Rnd 5: *SC in next 3, dec 1* 6 times (24)

Take a pipe cleaner and insert it through any stitch of the 3rd round. Fold it around the crochet piece to form a ring.

Take a tapestry needle and close the ring in the middle to form the halo. See pics below.

How to join your gnome parts- assembly:

Use some safety pins to secure them before sewing. Sew them when you like the placement.

  1. Sew the nose onto the body right below the brim.
  2. Place and sew the hair on both sides of the nose. Leave 2 stitches between the nose and the curls.
  3. Sew the skirt around the middle of the body. First, sew both ends together and then secure the skirt around the body from a few places.
how to attacha a halo to a crocht angel
crochet angel gnome

How to sew the hands:

First option- praying angel

If you crocheted the original version of the hands (not the long ones) sew the hands below the hair and then attach them to one other with a tapestry needle.

Second Option: If you have made the longer hands and want a prayer angel.

Sew the hands right after the hair and join them in the middle again.

How to attach the halo:

Place the halo at the back of the hat and secure it with a safety pin. Take a tapestry needle and the white color yarn and sew around it to attach.

How to attach the angel wings:

Take your wings and place them on the back of your gnome. One of the wings will be on the right side facing you and the second wrong side facing you.

Here you have two options:

Option 1: Place them horizontally with the pointy part pointing towards both sides.

Option 2: Place the wings vertically with the pointy part pointing downward.

how to attach angel wings onto a crochet doll
how to attach wings to a crochet doll

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